Say what you will about the circumstances under which he was hired, but you can’t say that Nick Caserio is lazy. Since free agency began, Caserio has wheeled and dealed (or would it be dealt?) more than any other GM in the NFL. Now that we appear to have hit a bit of a lull in the free agency process, what’s the Texans’ salary cap situation right now?
Whenever I’m faced with that question, I turn to TexansCap; Troy is quite simply the best around when it comes to deciphering the contractual and cap issues facing your Houston Texans. As of last night, here’s what the Texans are playing with:
Made some adjustments/corrections.— TexansCap (@TexansCap) April 1, 2021
Updated Houston Texans Cap Space
Cap Space: $3.475m https://t.co/0EcXndM7Pf
A more detailed look at the numbers, including what’s already on the books for the next few seasons, can be found here:
High level overview of the Houston Texans salary cap now and into the future. pic.twitter.com/DnGdlBzK5U— TexansCap (@TexansCap) March 31, 2021
What, if any, reaction do you have to that data?